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Canterbury tales: pilgrimage highlights and insights

Assistant priest The Rev’d Mel Conway from St Anne’s, Highfields and St Francis College formation student Allana Wales from St Andrew’s, Indooroopilly recently received a scholarship so they could participate in an annual pilgrimage for seminarians and clergy in the early years of their ordained ministry. In this special joint reflection they share their pilgrimage highlights and insights

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"No perfect people allowed"

“During this Lenten season, what if we focus less on trying to perfect our abstinence, and more on living out an inclusive and holistic faith? Even as we repent of our excesses and indulgences, let us lean towards doing justice rather than going without,” says the Justice Unit’s Peter Branjerdporn, while offering some exciting new Lenten resources written by The Rev’d Deb Bird

Archbishop Welby, Pope Francis and Dr Greenshields with President Kiir of South Sudan on Friday 3 February 2023 (Image courtesy of Church of Scotland)

Archbishop of Canterbury concludes South Sudan visit with plea for unity and peace

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Pope Francis and the Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, The Right Rev’d Dr Iain Greenshields, met with President Salva Kiir Mayardit in Juba during their recent three-day trip to South Sudan


Called “both to truth and unity”

“At Lambeth we were encouraged to ‘be curious’ by listening to others’ stories and seeing the world through their eyes. We were encouraged to ‘be present’ by encountering others with authenticity and confidence. And, we were encouraged to ‘reimagine’ by finding hope and opportunity in the places where we long to see change. I was impressed by how these values seemed to buoy the conference,” says Bishop John Roundhill